A great resource for information and data on financial security, poverty, asset-building and more!
From tips to talking with elected officials to conveying a values based message, this toolkit provides a variety of resources for engaging in Idaho’s policy advocacy process.
The leading source for data on household financial security and policy solutions. The Assets & Opportunity Scorecard evaluates 135 different policy and outcome measures, grouped into five different categories: Financial Assets & Income, Businesses & Jobs, Housing & Homeownership, Health Care and Education. This is a great tool for writing grants, making program investments and adopting policy agendas.
Illustrating what it really takes to build financial security over time!
A matched savings account program for low income children to save for college.
A program for low income families receiving housing assistance to receive opportunities in job training, counseling, education and other social service assistance.
The Idaho Financial Literacy Coalition, a state affiliate of the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, provides resources, speakers, and opportunities to promote financial education across the state of Idaho.
The Department of Finance’s mission is to aggressively promote access to vigorous, healthy and comprehensive financial services for Idaho citizens.